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and this last week leading up to labor day, but also for one married couple, a bride and groom that didn't let earl spoil their special day. >> it's incredible. we're very, very memorable. we had a fantastic week of weather and suddenly it's -- suddenly it turned as it is. it's given us plenty of challenges. but nothing is stopping us. >> reporter: and nothing is stopping everyone else from getting out today and enjoying this beautiful day. the main street down in chatham, aside from a few boards they put up, is open and ready for business. alex? >> all right. looks like a beautiful day. thank you very much for bringing that picture to us, michelle franzen. we, of course, will continue to watch the latest impact of tropical storm earl. we'll bring you live reports at the top of the hour. >>> a new statement from a taliban leader in pakistan warning the terror group is planning attacks in the u.s. and europe. a senior taliban commander tells the associated press he's proud the u.s. has added his organization to its international terrorism blacklist. he also says america should expect a fresh wa
here. but still not a match for one bride and groom who decided to keep their wedding day. >> we decided to go ahead with it because everybody came from england and out of town and it's a great place to have a wedding. they assured us it was hurricane-proof. so here we are. >> and certainly also the emergency crews were also in place with utility vehicles as well as shelters that had been activated. they were ready to receive as many as 10,000 people. alex, we learned this morning that fewer than 100 had opted to go to those shelters overnight. >> okay. it is certainly pretty. we'll see if the weather holds. we'll check in with you again, michelle. >>> we'll continue to watch the latest impact of tropical storm earl and bring you live reports at the top of the hour. >>> a new report taking aim as a private security firm with accusations it may have misled the government to secure millions in contracts. the firm known as blackwater worldwide set up dozens of shell companies to win classified contracts in iraq. reports suggest it was an effort to keep the money rolling in even afte
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